In the midst of our current climate crisis, we all need to consider lifestyle changes that could help our planet. To help educate people about caring for our planet, the University of York, for its fourth consecutive year, has launched One Planet Week.
by Elżbieta Piepiórka Welcome to the second segment of my three-part series on the inner workings of a second-hand bookshop. Disclaimer: this one is a cynical breather, sandwiched between two slightly more profound […]
by Elżbieta Piepiórka Are the rumours true or are things not as they appear? Find out by following me down the rabbit hole, into the second-hand bookshop wonderland. Bibliophiles will agree that second-hand […]
In a tiny village in the centre of York stands a 13-sided playhouse. We rush past stalls offering culinary delights, the pretty Elizabethan garden, and then the portaloos to the ‘groundlings’ entrance. […]
An insight into Gender Equality in the Department of English and Related Literature.
by Beth Wiffen Listen to Beth Wiffen’s interview with Fiona Green, a Curator at York Art Gallery. See how illustrator Quentin Blake brought Roald Dhal’s visions of the BFG to life, in their […]
by Beth Wiffen Remember when you used to curl up in bed with the best book you had ever read? Remember when you were so immersed in a book that you could almost […]
by Beth Wiffen Olivia is a curator at the House of Illustration in London. One of her most recent exhibitions was ‘The BFG in Pictures’ which she co-curated with Quentin Blake. […]
by Stephanie Dale Imagine considering the world through film. Imagine simply stopping and paying attention to what the world has to say. That’s what Cherie Federico, director of Aesthetica Short Film Festival (ASFF), […]
Sienna Bahi As part of TakeOver Festival 2017 at York Theatre Royal, young artists put on an original production named Amphibious, a creative piece centred around six young interns all battling for […]